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‘Fauda’ actor Idan Amedi injured while fighting Hamas in Gaza

Israeli actor-singer Idan Amedi, best known for starring in the Netflix series “Fauda,” was seriously injured while fighting as an IDF reservist in Khan Yunis in the Gaza Strip. Israeli diplomat Avia Levy shared news of Amedy’s injury in a post on microblogging site X.

Idan Amedi, one of the actors of “Fauda”, has been seriously injured in a battle in Gaza.

We pray and pray for your speedy recovery,” Levi posted.

Amedee, 35, was fighting as an Israel Defense Forces (IDF) reservist, according to the Times of Israel. He was airlifted to hospital on Monday where he was sedated and treated.

His father later told an Israeli news outlet that his son was no longer in danger.

As a reservist, Amedee was serving in the Combat Engineering Corps when he was wounded. According to media reports, he was brought to Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan at around 4 pm on Monday and underwent urgent, serious and lengthy surgery.

Hours before being injured, Amedi was interviewed by an Israeli channel where he said, “A little tired, but OK”.

When asked about his current mission, the actor had said, “It’s crazy, what they have created here. The operation here is on a very central (Hamas tunnel) route. We found several kilometers of tunnels, weapons, even special weapons here. We’ve been busy trying to destroy it for the last two days.” The actor is best known for playing Sagi Tzur, a soldier in an elite IDF unit, in “Fauda”, which means “chaos” in Arabic. He is a Enlisted as reservist after Israel declared war on Hamas in October.

“Fauda” lead actor Lior Raz and show co-creator Avi Ischarov have also returned to the army.

On October 7, Hamas and other militants killed about 1,200 people in southern Israel that day, mostly civilians, and took about 250 hostages, more than 100 of whom were released during a ceasefire in November. given.

More than 23,000 Palestinians, mostly women and minors, have been killed since the war began, according to the health ministry in Hamas-ruled Gaza.

(This report is published as part of an auto-generated syndicated wire feed. Except for the headline, the content has not been modified or edited by ABP Live.)



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